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'Camera's response times are very fast compared to others in this price range.'
'Images were surprisingly clear and sharp for a nonmechanical image stabilization system.'
'Images were surprisingly clear and sharp for a nonmechanical image stabilisation system.'
'Bottom line - The Casio Exilim EX-Z800 is a nice little pocket camera that has a very appealing price tag of just $149 US. '
'As the frumpy big sister, the $149 Casio Z800 was an utter disaster.'
'The first thing that struck me about the EX-Z800 is how light it is, weighing only 124g with the battery and memory card installed.'
'useful 27mm-equivalent wide angle'
'auto white balance is bad with tungsten lighting'
'auto white balance is bad with tungsten lighting.'
'Manual focusing is difficult.'
'You should also try the various cameras so you can see how they fit in your hands, as the R1's unusual design is not for everyone.'
'With most heavy components on the left side, the chunky body is somewhat off-balance.'
'The EVF/LCD is terribly slow in low light, so seeing what's coming in through the lens was difficult.'
'easy to hold thanks to a decent-sized right hand grip'
'This was due to the camera briefly starting in the slow speed when moving to wide angle, even when we applied the maximum pressure.'
'Video clips were sometimes jumpy, as the camera has no image-stabilization features.'
'the control sizes, placement, and color all contribute to awkward handling.'
'more seasoned shooters who value image quality over small size will appreciate what this camera has to offer'
'Design of this camera is typical Leica - simple and straightforward.'
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